Sub-atomic flow

Sub-atomic Flow #3624 copyright 2021 Douglas Stockdale When I published my earlier article about a trip up to Oregon and then out onto the coast to visit Patterson beach, I had hinted that there might be another follow on article, which is this one. Another aspect of the Oregon coast is the many small creeks... Continue Reading →

Clean-up on Aisle Five

Quantum Elements, #4062, copyright 2021 Douglas Stockdale Here in the States, such an announcement in a supermarket of a 'Clean-up needed on some Aisle', means that there is a mess that was made, such as perhaps some shopper dropped something and one of the staff needs to go fix what happen. Likewise, I have not... Continue Reading →

Facebook ‘spam’ – huh?

Copyright Douglas Stockdale Wow, yesterday I was just hit by Facebook with a "Your comment goes against our Community Standards on spam". When a friend had posted posted on Facebook with a comment about Quantum Mechanics, I had in turn responded with a comment about a series I am working on that investigates particle physics... Continue Reading →

May the 4th be with You!

Caustic Networks #0479 copyright Douglas Stockdale 2021 In a Galaxy Far, Far Away... Okay, who might not be a Star Wars fan? When I experience my first Star Wars movie long, long ago, I was hooked. I am old enough that this was also the very first release of the very first Star Wars movie... Continue Reading →

Nude Descending a Staircase (after de Kooning)

I was making a personal transition with my artwork from the literal to something less literal, deviling into abstraction when I became aware of Marcel Ducamp's Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2, which I found fascinating. It was from that artwork that I started to study the Abstract Expressionist, first Arshile Gorky then Willem de... Continue Reading →

Second Vaccine shot – Done!

Yes, I just received my second COVID vaccine shot yesterday afternoon. Cool! Just a little bit sore spot on my arm, but otherwise, no issues. Being a science-geek and involved with pharmaceutical development, I believe in the science of vaccines. I have never thought of the earth being flat. I understand that the full immunization... Continue Reading →

Hard edge abstractions

In the 1960's there were a series of hard edge schools of abstraction, most notely Op-Art and Color Field. Besides the hard edges, with sharply defined borders, the artwork incorporated flat fields of color within the shapes. The hard edge painting was an America West Coast style of painting as compared to the gestural form... Continue Reading →

Sub-atomic Landscape

I am working on a new series of sub-atomic landscapes, which is a place/condition/state that we really cannot fathom. Interestingly physicists have started to determine that what might be occurring in our sub-atomic world is equally relevant to how the universe functions. My fascination with Quantum Mechanics still goes unabated. Featured artwork, Sub-Atomic Landscape¬†LSTa092222-03-01¬†is 24... Continue Reading →

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